Ah, the irony! God is using Atheists to prove the reality of God and guess what, they all went strangely silent after seeing that. Just as they did on the threads in my What are the odds post.
These people have got it right,
They just don't yet know that there is a code that proves it.
.By Deepak Chopra, MD, Menas Kafatos, PhD, Bernardo Kastrup, PhD, Rudolph Tanzi, PhD
Science concerns itself with reality, in the form of "real particles", "real organisms", and the "real universe". The tacit assumption is that science can answer the question of reality itself. If this wasn't the case, science would have a hard time explaining why it holds a special place as a human activity. So one must grant that science concerns itself with the reality of "objects". What this assumes, of course, is that objects exist independent of conscious experience. In the first two articles of this series, we've discussed the evidence that our universe is in fact fundamentally mental. What we call physical things and events, as it turns out, do not exist independently of subjective experience.
If they did, how would one even prove such existence? Conscious experience is the only way that reality can be known. The implications of this increasingly unavoidable conclusion--that the universe must be approached as fundamentally mental--are often misunderstood. For this reason, the vast majority of scientists cling to the belief in materialism, regarding anything else as metaphysics and not science. The goal of the present article is to address some of these misunderstandings.
To begin with, we aren't proposing that human mental activity is necessary for the world to exist, i.e., for it to be real. Or to put it another way, reality can be independent of the human mind, but not necessarily of mind or consciousness in general. When we say that the universe is mental, many people interpret this to mean that reality is in our heads. Precisely the opposite is the case: if all reality is mental, then our heads and bodies, as parts of reality, are in the mind. This may sound surprising at first, but it is entirely consistent with everyday experience. There is nothing to our bodies but our felt perceptions of them. A body is what a particular swirl in a transpersonal flow of experiences looks like, just like a whirlpool is what a particular swirl in a stream of water looks like.
Indeed, to say that the universe is mental does not mean that it exists only within the limited minds of humans. Instead, the universe is the expression of a universal mind that transcends personal awareness.
Until she contacts you in spectacular fashion, not hiding behind the time STORY.
This guy is not untypical of Atheist mentality -
Link to previous blog post - What are the odds?